My name is Alexander Denning. I spend most of my days playing games or watching My Little Pony. I seem to have the magic touch as I have converted well over 20 bronies now and the number still rises. I don't write often because I only right when inspiration strikes and inspiration tends to be wanderer. I don't know why but I often write very powerful, dark pieces that always have a upbringing ending. I am a very loyal person and for whatever reason I can spout knowledge that changes lives whenever someone else is having a problem but never when I do. Hopefully my stories may teach someone something. Don't know why but I always hope they do. Oh, and sorry if my fan fics suck, this is my first time ever.
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Dusk shot back for a moment but overall stood his ground. The pony in the mirror began to move on its own yet never took its eyes off of him. "W-W-Who are y-you?" The quiver was not out of fear but surprise, it was not often mirrors respond after all. "My name is Dawn Star. I am a part of you that was buried long ago." Dusk raised an eyebrow in confusion. Sirens in the distance echoed. The police ponies where on the search for somepony and odds were it was Dusk they were searching for. "What do you mean you are a part of me?" Dusk began to move back from the mirror and over to a nearby window in order to see what the commotion was about. He wiped away some of the dust on the window pane and peered outside to see some ponies with red and blue vests and sirens on their backs talking to ponies as they passed by. He knew he would have to go home soon; the fact that he ran away in the first place weighed on his conscience as it was and there was no need to prolong his disappearance. "Oh, no! I have to go!" Dusk turned back to Dawn but he was no longer in the mirror...
"Listen you may think that I'm only a reflection but understand this, I am more real than you think." Suddenly Dawn rose right up in the glass and began to move around in the reflection shown in the glass. "I've been inside of your head Dusk, trust me I know what has been going on and I'm here to say that I can help." Dawn appeared to draw nearer from inside of the glass. "I-I don't know what you mean..." Now Dusk was becoming slightly more fearful, none of this made any sense and he wanted to return home more than anything. "Oh come now, Dusk. Please don't leave," Dawn watched as Dusk began to move down the hall ", I'm sure that you have not forgotten what Goody Good and the others have done." Dawn sunk back down in the glass and out of sight to appear in a different pane of glass closer to Dusk who was still trying to slip away. "I'm also sure that you want some sort of revenge." Dawn folded his forelegs and leaned against the window sill inside of the reflection. There was a look in his eye that embodied a sense of temptation. Dusk seemed to be taken with the offer for a moment but he shook his head for a moment and regained his thought process. "NO!!" Dusk stomped his hoof down. "I refuse! I don't want anypony else to get hurt! Never again!" Dawn seemed a bit disappointed with his response at first but then came forward with a new offer. "What about if I help you to ignore Goody Good and her insults? Anytime things get hard for you I can take over and I promise nopony will get hurt while I'm in control." Dusk looked back out the window; the officer was there still but he was preparing to leave. Dusk looked to his reflection and held a hoof up against the glass.
Dawn reached his own hoof forward and when it made contact on the opposite side there was a short burst of energy at where their hooves met. Dawn was gone and Dusk's regular reflection took up residence in his stead. 'I won't let you down boss.' The whisper had Dawn's voice and came from inside of his own head.
Dusk hurried out the back door of the house and came out of an alleyway. There was something nice about the abandoned house and he didn't feel like sharing its location with anypony just yet. He moved right up to the officer and tugged on his tail. The large stallion turned around and softened the expression on his face. "Why hello son," the officer lowered himself to near Dusk's height ", your name wouldn't happen to be Dusk Star would it?" Dusk looked at the corner of the picture that stuck out of a pocket on the officer's vest. The only part he could see was what looked like the roof of his house back in the country. "Yes sir, I am. Is it OK if I have that picture back? It means a lot to me." The stallion glanced down to his pocket and pulled the picture out and handed it to the little colt. "Certainly. We best be getting you home now, I'm sure your mother is worried about you."
As he and the officer walked back across town the sky darkened slightly and drops of rain fell to the ground on occasion. Dusk had his head down low as they walked. He watched the cobbled steps that stretched across become darker and darker until the rain finally turned them a heavy grey that nearly matched the color of his coat. "Come on son, let's hurry and get you out of this rain." The stallion quickened his pace and the young colt sped up to match his sprint.
With in a few minutes they arrived and by then the sprinkling had evolved into a full downpour. Dusk shook the water out of his mane and tapped his hoof against the door. The frantic clapping of hoofsteps grew nearer to the door until finally Morning Star threw the door open. "DUSK!!!" She grabbed the colt roughly and drew him right to her chest. "Dusk I missed you so much! Where the hey did you go? What is wrong with you? Why in the hey did you run off? Oh, thank you officer, thank you so much!" With each question her embrace grew tighter until Dusk could hardly breathe. 'Help!', thought Dusk. Dawn only giggled a little bit before responding, 'Sorry man. This one is on you.' The officer bowed slightly then left and Morning shut the door. "Let's get you dried off then you can tell me what the hay you thought you thought you were doing! Running off like that, honestly, do yo have any idea how much you scared me?" Morning then started up the stairs to go get towels. Dusk stared at the picture the officer had while she was gone. He was correct with his earlier assumptions in that it was a picture from back when they lived in the country. It was a picture of him and all of his friends in their front yard, everypony had looked so happy back then.
'Don't worry, Dusk...
You are no longer alone.'